A Calgary mayoral candidate with a history of hate speech and existing criminal charges who has threatened AHS employees could get his hands on a list of voters in the city.
Charles Adler is a 40-year radio and television broadcast veteran whose career has seen him tour Canada, working in Montreal (CJAD), Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto (CFRB), London, Hamilton, and Winnipeg (CJOB).
In the U.S.A., Adler hosted a nationally syndicated radio show out of Tampa, hitting more than 120 markets, and a nightly primetime television show out of Boston, for which he won a Best TV Host for New England Emmy.
Adler has hosted national radio and television programs in Canada, including Global Sunday and The Charles Adler Show on the Corus Radio Network. Adler has made countless appearances on Canadian national television news and current affairs shows and has guest hosted in the U.S.A. for Sean Hannity on Fox News Channels’ television show Hannity and Colmes.
Charles was presented a Key to the City of Toronto in 1998, and is a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal recipient.
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Desperate men do desperate things, and the most desperate act of all is going to war against reality, Charles Adler says
Conservatism today isn’t what Charles Adler signed up for when he first voted for the Ontario provincial and federal conservatives in the ’70s, he writes.
Calgary city council has voted unanimously to formally oppose Quebec’s Bill 21, legislation that bans public sector employees from wearing religious symbols.
RCMP in Beausejour, Man., say Patrik Mathews was reported missing on Monday.
Jason Kenney joined veteran broadcaster Charles Adler for 30 minutes, where he was grilled on bozo eruptions, Mark Smith’s homophobic sermon, and the UCP leader’s own past.
It’s an underground crime few acknowledge, but rescue agencies on the front lines of animal care insist dog fighting rings involving stolen pets exist in Alberta.
There is a hunger in Canada for more Humboldt and less politics, more unity and less conflict, more community and less solitude, Charles Adler says.
Things may see rosy for Justin Trudeau has he consorts with the world’s elite in Switzerland this week, yet the prime minister is leaving several problems of his own making back home in Canada.